WNBA Player Props and Best Bets for Sunday, June 30

Written by: Travis Pulver
Published June 30, 2024
6 min read

WNBA fans can enjoy a trio of games on Sunday with the Dream facing the Liberty, Minnesota visiting the Sky in Chicago, and the Fever looking to get back in the win column vs. Phoenix. If bettors want more than the betting line to put money on, they can find a healthy menu of WNBA player props at sportsbooks.

Here are our favorite WNBA player props for Sunday's games.

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Atlanta Dream vs. New York Liberty (odds via bet365)

  • Location: Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York

  • Game Time & Date: 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, June 30

  • Coverage: ESPN

  • Point Spread: Liberty -14

Tina Charles, OVER 14.5 Points at -130

  • UNDER 8.5 Rebounds at -135

The Dream doesn't have a high-powered offense or a standout scoring threat. Charles has averaged 13.8 ppg this season. She had a solid outing against a tough Liberty defense just a few days ago (19 points and seven rebounds, June 23).

In her first game (June 6) against the Liberty this season, she only had five points and eight rebounds in 19 minutes. She was much more productive with only three additional minutes on June 23 (19 points, seven rebounds).

With Rhyne Howard out, the Dream needs someone to step up. So far, it looks like Charles may be aiming to do just that.

As for her rebounding numbers, she can pull down ten on any given night. But she has only done so in three of ten games this month. Against the No. 1 rebounding team in the league, we don't see her having a big night on the boards.

Breanna Stewart, UNDER 19.5 points at -115

Stewart had a solid night against the Dream a week ago but scored just 17 points. However, she scored 25 points when they met on June 6, and leads the Liberty in scoring this year with 19.7 ppg. She has scored over 19.5 in just five of 11 games this month.

Atlanta has a decent defense (No. 5 in points allowed) and will not make it easy on Stewart. If the Dream defense does focus on her, the Liberty have other scoring options. They don't have to force the ball to Stewart and hope she makes her shots.

Bet on Dream vs. Liberty at bet365 

Minnesota Lynx vs. Chicago Sky (odds via FanDuel)

  • Location: Wintrust Arena in Chicago., Illinois

  • Game Time & Date: 3 p.m. ET on Sunday, June 30

  • Coverage: ESPN3

  • Point Spread: Lynx -6

 Angel Reese, to Record a Double Double at -200

  • OVER 11.5 Rebounds at -130

  • OVER 14.5 Points at -118

With 18 points and 11 rebounds in her last outing, she tied the record for consecutive games with a double-double set by Candace Parker (nine). While the Lynx is a tough all-around team, she's recorded one against Connecticut and New York during the streak.

There is no reason to think she will fail to record one in this game. But at -200, there isn't a lot of value.

Reese has become one of the top rebounders in the league, averaging 11.1 per game. She has had over 11 in four of her last five games (11 in the other). The Lynx allowed three players to record double-digit rebound totals in their last game (vs. Liberty).

With Reese leading the way rebounding for the Sky,  she'll clear 11.5 with ease.

Reese is averaging 13.8 ppg this season but has been on the scoreboard this month with 15+ in her last three games and in five of her last eight. Minnesota has a good defense, but it gave up 94 points to a dreadful Dallas team and 89 to the Liberty, who had three players score 15+.

Napheesa Collier, UNDER 9.5 Rebounds at +104

Collier is one of the better rebounders in the league this season. While she pulled down 11 against the Wings her last time out, she has had 10+ in five of 11 games this month and just twice in her last seven. With Angel Reese battling for boards throughout, Collier will have a tough time recording ten.

Bet on Lynx vs. Sky at FanDuel 

Indiana Fever vs. Phoenix Mercury (FanDuel)

  • Location: Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona

  • Game Time & Date: 3 p.m. ET on Sunday, June 30

  • Coverage: ESPN

  • Point Spread: Mercury -7

Kahleah Copper, OVER 22.5 Points at -110

Copper has slowed down from a torrid start to the season that saw her score 30+ in three of the first five games. However, while she has had some not-so-good nights, like a nine-point outing against Minnesota last weekend, she can explode on any given night.

While Indiana is playing much better this month, the Fever are 1-2 on this road trip and have given up 89 and 88 points in their last two. Copper will take care of business against Indiana in front of a home crowd.

Britney Griner, to Record a Double Double at +190

  • OVER 7.5 Rebounds at -130

Since her season debut against the Lynx on June 7, Griner has been a solid scoring threat for the Mercury, scoring in double figures in each game and above 18 in four of her seven games. She'll score at least ten points vs. the Fever.

While she has been a solid rebounder, her first double-double of the season came against the Sparks Friday. The Fever has improved, but it would not be shocking for a veteran like Griner to pull down 10+ boards and record her second.

Caitlin Clark, UNDER 17.5 Points at -130

  • To Record 3+ Made Threes -194

  • OVER 3.5 Made Threes +140

It is tempting to take the OVER at +100 after hearing the head coach say she thinks Clark needs to shoot more. But she is averaging under 16 ppg on the road and has gone over 17.5 points just three times this month (ten games).

Phoenix is not a great team, but the Mercury has been moving in the right direction lately. Yes, they lost to the Lynx last weekend, but they held Minnesota's high-powered offense to 73 points. Indiana may do well against the Mercury but don't count on a big night from Clark being the reason.

If Clark does shoot more, chances are good it will be from three-point range, of course. In her last three games, most of her made shots have been from behind the arc. She's had 3+ in her last three games and in four of her last five.

So, we like her to get at least three in this game, but there isn't much value in 'to record 3+' at -194. But there is certainly value in the 'OVER 3.5 made threes' at +140

Bet on Fever vs. Mercury at FanDuel 

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Travis Pulver is a lifelong football fan, something he says comes naturally having been born in the football-crazy state of Texas. Through the years, Pulver's love of sports has extended into baseball, basketball, golf, and rugby. Life currently finds him in Indiana with his wife and two kids.
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